NESTA Events at NSTA Philadelphia Nov 2015

All sessions are on Friday, 13 Nov in Pennsylvania Convention Center, Room 103 B/C

Presenters: Michael J Passow (Dwight Morrow HS, Englewood, NJ, ret); Missy Holzer, Chatham HS); Lisa Alter (Hamden, CT); Peter Dorofy (Palmyra Cove Nature Park); Victoria Gorman, Medford MS); John Moore (Palmyra Cove Nature Park); Susan Meabh Kelly (Henry Abbott, CT)

NESTA thanks our Receiver of materials for this Conference:
Peter Dorofy
Palmyra Cove Nature Park
1300 Route 73 North
PO Box 6
Palmyra, NJ 08065
www.palmyracove.org
(856)-829-1900 x1263

You can view some of the materials uses for these sessions by clicking on the links below.

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM (ID# 6689)
NESTA Shares Innovative Ways to Teach About Climate and Climate Change
Members from the National Earth Science Teachers Association will share strategies to enhance your studies of climate, climate change, and human impact to help implement NGSS and state curricular standards. Learn also about the NOAA Climate Steward Program.
Presenter(s): Michael Passow (Dwight Morrow High School), Margaret Holzer (Chatham High School), Lisa Alter (National Earth Science Teachers Association)

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09:30 AM - 10:30 AM ( ID# 6690)
NESTA Shares: Applications of Satellite Imagery, Remote Sensing, and Computer Visualizations: Earth System
NESTA members will share strategies to enhance inclusions of satellite imagery, remote sensing, and computer visualizations to help implement NGSS and state curricular standards.
Presenter(s): Michael Passow (Dwight Morrow High School), Peter Dorofy (National Earth Science Teachers Association), Victoria Gorman (Medford Memorial Middle School), John D. Moore (National Earth Science Teachers Association)

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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ID# 6695)
NESTA and CIESIN Share—Exploring a Compendium of Online Resources for Teaching Earth Science
NESTA members will share exemplary educational websites, including the Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), to help implement NGSS and state curricular standards programs. Click on the links below to see the slideshows and examples of teaching resources created by the "Climate Change Human Health" project.
Presenter(s): Michael Passow (Dwight Morrow High School), Margaret Holzer (Chatham High School), Victoria Gorman (Medford Memorial Middle School), Lisa Alter (National Earth Science Teachers Association), Margie Turrin (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory)

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02:00 PM - 03:00 PM (ID# 6668)
NESTA Shares: Rocks, Minerals, and Natural Resources for a Sustainable Future
Get ready to use blended NGSS-related activities focused on acquisition and sustainable use of our natural resources.
Presenter(s): Margaret Holzer (Chatham High School), Michael Passow (Dwight Morrow High School), Susan M. Kelly (University of Maryland Eastern Shore)

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03:30 PM - 04:30 PM (ID# 6692)
National Earth Science Teachers Association (NESTA) Shares: Rock, Mineral, and Fossil Raffle
NESTA offers a chance to win one or more display- and classroom-quality rock, mineral, and fossil specimens, as well as other Earth science-related materials.
Presenter(s): Michael Passow (Dwight Morrow High School), Lisa Alter (National Earth Science Teachers Association) Margaret Holzer (Chatham High School), Susan M. Kelly (University of Maryland Eastern Shore), and Peter Dorofy (National Earth Science Teachers Association)


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